Last week when I was camping and visiting a friend in Friesland I couldn’t resist taking back a local Frisian Sugar Loaf: sweet, cinammony, sticky and amazing with a lick of salty butter. But it’s not only good just as it is, as French toast it’s ridiculous, and only meant for Sundays 😉
French toast made from Frisian Sugar Loaf (Sûkerbôle)
- 4 thick slices of Frisian sugar loaf
- Butter or oil to fry in
- 2 eggs
- 150 ml milk (I used soy milk because that is what we had, any milk will do)
- Pinch of salt
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- To serve
- Sprinkle of granulated sugar and cinnamon
Mix the eggs, milk, salt and cinnamon in a deep but flat bowl 150 ml soy milk
Let the thick slices soak up the batter for a minute max on each side (not longer or it will soak up too much moisture and become soggy).
Pan fry in some butter until golden and crispy.
Serve with a nob of salty butter and cinnamon sugar.
Best eaten straight away!